Now in its second year, Women @ Work 2022: A Global Outlook aims to better understand how women’s experiences in the workplace impact their engagement and career progression. The survey provides a unique glimpse into the lives of women in the workplace, showing a worrying longer-term impact with respondents reporting widespread burn out.
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The past year has spurred a period of change for many companies and employees—one that has brought both opportunities and challenges. Many employers have worked hard to take what they learned during the first year of the pandemic and combine it with more traditional ways of working (including implementing hybrid work models).
However, the responses of 5,000 women in the workplace across 10 countries make clear that the pandemic continues to take a heavy toll on women: burnout, for one, has reached alarmingly high levels. At the same time, many women have made career and life decisions driven by their experiences during the pandemic—for some this has meant seeking new, more flexible working patterns; for others it has meant leaving their employer or the workforce entirely.
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